Pair your Zellige splash plate with your tiled floors and shower walls, as is done in this eclectic and high-impact bathroom designed by ETC.etera for Firehouse Hotel. Real estate property
7 Become monochrome
We love the modern monochromatic look of this pantry designed by Arent & Pyke. Zellige tiles create a geometric splash protection suitable for removable shelves.
8 Just add a touch
Yes, these mosaics can be expensive, but you don’t need much to cause an impact. Zellige is the perfect counterpart for more aerodynamic design elements, such as the Shaker cabinets in this kitchen designed by Heidi Caillier Design.
9 creates a mosiac
In this elegant corner of the Kingston Lafferty Design kitchen, the mosaic of colorful zellige tiles extends above, making the niche stand out even more.
10 couples with contrasting floor
Heidi Caillier Design has chosen to use zellige tiles for the walls of this shower for an earthy sensation that contrasts well with the playful and energetic green patterned tiles on the bathroom floor.
11 Hide the mortar
The shimmering golden details of this bathroom designed by Arent & Pyke stand out against the dark gray wavy drawers and black wall lights. The gilding works well with the splash protection for zellige pale blush tiles to warm up cold tones at all times.
12 Hide a hood
The zellige tiles in this space by Heidi Caillier Design create a sophisticated, refined and easy to transport aesthetic and mood. This is thanks to the majolica hood, which transforms a typically bulky object into something elegant.
13 Create a pattern
Like the subway tiles, zellige tiles look especially beautiful when you create colorful patterns stuck with them. In this space designed by ETC.etera, the thin red strip corresponds to the red floor and breaks the white walls very well.
14 Opt for a neutral
In this texture-rich kitchen designed by Arent & Pyke, light zellige tiles add even more depth and intrigue. Warm tones on its surface soften the cool white ceiling.
Hadley Mendelsohn The design editor Hadley Mendelsohn is the director of design for House Beautiful, and when she’s not busy obsessing over all things related to decoration, you can find her vintage shops on tour, read or stumble because she probably lost her clothes again. glasses.